Behnam Rostami DDS is a dentist from California who likes to stay active, hike, camp, and travel.
Staying warm is one of the most important things you need to pay attention to when you spend time hiking or camping, especially on overnight trips. There are just four ways to stay warm. The first and most important one is to dress properly and be able to add or remove layers based on your level of activity. The other ones are adding more insulation, using fire, and staying active.
Your body starts to generate heat when you move. This is why doing some exercises on a really cold morning such as jumping jacks or running in place will help you feel warmer. However, being active in cold weather has its negatives. You may start to sweat, which can soak and freeze some of your garments. The other problem with being active is that it requires calories. If you have a limited food supply during your trip, this may become an issue because you will want to eat more food.
If you are camping overnight and the night looks like it’s going to be really cold, your goal should be to insulate yourself from all cold surfaces. Never sit or lie on the cold ground without using some kind of padding. You can even use pine boughs to create a soft pad that you can use for seating or sleeping. If you started a fire in the evening, you can put some rocks close to it, let them warm up and use them during the night. Finally, you can always use some candles to warm up your hands and the air that you inhale just like Behnam Rostami DDS would do.
Behnam Rostami DDS is a huge movie fan. He enjoys everything from swift action movies to comedies to serious films about serious issues. Rostami enjoys a low-brow flick every once in a while, but when it comes to the truly great films, he is passionate about them and how they have affected his life. Rostami has learned much about America from films like Citizen Kane and The Godfather, and he has learned about the human spirit from many other great films over the years. But what makes a film great? Here are three things in common the best movies all have:
Human, three-dimensional characters. One of the things all great films do is transport you to a different realm sometimes wildly different than our own or remarkably similar. What makes the greatest films great is the people that populate these new realms. All great films have characters as three-dimensional and alive as the people that we see in our everyday lives.
A rich setting. The setting doesn’t have to be a sum of green screens and costume designs. It can simply be a room or a small place. No matter what the setting is, however, the greatest films make the setting come alive with its own voice and characterization in the story.
Emotionally adept acting. Behnam Rostami DDS has a long list of favorite actors he has seen and admired over the years. The best films have actors who can add to their characters rather than simply copy them. Actors bring emotional resonance and nuance to the best films.
Behnam Rostami DDS has two dental offices in Northern California.
Behnam Rostami DDS jumped on the phenomenon that was sweeping through dentists’ offices when Invisalign first became available for patients years ago. He wanted to help his patients straighten their teeth without the need for metal braces, which of course come with their own set of problems and discomforts. Invisalign provided an alternative for some patients to straighten their teeth without the pain and discomfort of metal braces. Rostami, like many other dentists all over the United States, started offering the product to their patients immediately, and it became very popular.
Invisalign has since improved its products since it first started offering clear, comfortable, and easy-to-clean braces alternatives in dentist’s offices all over the country. Today, Invisalign has products designed for teens, kids, and adults, so no matter what the patient’s age, dentists like Behnam Rostami DDS can provide noninvasive options to straightening teeth. These products fit over the teeth like a mouth guard and work much in the same way as braces do, only they are much gentler for the teeth in general and they are removable, making it easier to clean teeth and the product itself. No more special attachments for flossing teeth with braces on or cut lips and gums from the metal braces themselves.
Behnam Rostami DDS is always looking for less invasive ways to straighten teeth and provide cosmetic dentistry services to all of his patients throughout Northern California. He has two offices: one in Santa Rosa and one in Gilroy, California open for all of his patients’ dental needs.